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based on detailed, personal information. all of this coming as mark zuckerberg is 5,000 miles away in rush yarks selling the idea of facebook to an entirely new market. the company that convinced its users to share nearly everything about themselves and their personal lives online is reportedly now exploring new, more invasive ways of tapping into its most lucrative asset, its nearly 900 million users. >> the commitment we made is we're going to execute this mission of making the world more open and connected. >> reporter: but "the wall street journal" reports that facebook is opening those connections to marketers. reportedly now allowing them to target ads based on the e-mail addresses and phone numbers users post on their profiles. even displaying ads based on what users search for on other websites. it's a service facebook competitors, like google and yahoo! have offered marketers for years. but one mark zuckerberg, the company's founder, has publicly shied away from. >> what facebook is doing is keeping tabs on what you're doing all over the web. ultimately, facebook is a busi
mark zuckerberg. this is his first since he took the company public. they discussed fak's future, the morale of the staff and that other big silicon valley company. >> last weekend apple sold about 5 million of their new iphone 5s. did you buy one? >> tim sent one to me. it's a wonderful device. >> you got a freebie. didn't have to pay anything, huh? so are you now an iphone 5 user? is that the phone you've got in your pocket or back in your desk? >> i think i handed my phone to someone else. >> much more of matt's exclusive and rare interview with mark zuckerberg, founder of facebook later on "today." >> we want to begin this half hour with a second chance for a baseball player, a baseball player injured in his one and only at-bat in the major leagues. we'll talk to adam greenberg exclusively but first nbc kerry sanders is at marlins park in miami. hey, kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what a story. 31-year-old adam greenberg here at home plate in marlins park. it took more than seven years, but he's now in the history books, finally getting his one at-bat. greenb
-sided, sure. >>> facebook ceo mark zuckerberg in russia to discuss boosting innovation in the region with prime minister dmitry medvedev. and zuckerberg even war a suit and a tie? he just posted this picture to his facebook page. >>> up next, in connection with that, sheryl sandberg will join us in her very first interview since the facebook ipo debacle. >> how the social network is approaching the 1 billion users milestone. >> you're close to 1 billion users. you're fast on the road to 1 billion users. what does that milestone mean for facebook? >> i think the 1 billion milestone when we hit it is a big deal. we're the large est and most engaged community of people anywhere online. when facebook started, people thought it was absurd or unbelievable that they would ever put their real identity onli online. we have over 950 million real people connected to real friends sharing real things in their lives. and the fact that we could get to this scale and continue to grow is a really exciting milestone for the company. a crm and the world's only tridion safety cell which can withstand ov
to drive 2013 smart. ♪ >>> i want to take you live to where mark zuckerberg is being interviewed live. yesterday prime minister medvedev trying to put more facebook infrastructure in that country. let's take a quick listen. >> it is frozen. >> i'm taking state against petersburg this weekend. >> zuckerberg looks dressed up compared to his interviewer. >> he did wear a suit and tie when he met medvedev. facebook and russia, 9 million users with a domestic copy of facebook called the vk. they come in second in that country. >> eventually they are -- >> i wish we knew what she was saying. >> i think he said we will bury you. >> tear down this pay wall, that kind of thing. >> yes! and mr. gorbachev teared down the pay wall! >>> when we come back, when it comes to tim cook's leadership, what would steve jobs think of this? but first -- >>> coming up, kramer is kicking it into high gear. his six stocks in 60 seconds will energize all of us. get your jim joke when "squawk on the street" returns. sometimes investing opportunities are hard to spot. you have to dig a little. fidelity's etf mark
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